PHOTOS OF; APRIL ’16

April was quite a busy month.

While juggling uni and work I also travelled to Indonesia with a group of fellow journalists, youtubers and radio hosts, as well as attending a wedding in Melbourne and travelling around NSW with my family. Here’s my favourite pictures from April 2016.

3rd April; The groomsmen channel 007 – in Melbourne.

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6th April; A very beautiful breakfast at Henri Marc in Penrith, NSW (right)
15th April; on my way home from my new office in Manly, NSW (left)

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20th April; Today my Mum, my younger sister and I all drove out to the Blue Mountains, NSW to spend a few days exploring the sights. HydroMajestic High Tea

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21st April; Checking out the 2016 Scenic Sculptures at Scenic World

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21st April; Lincoln’s Rock

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21st April; Eagle Hawk Lookout

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21st April; The view from Eagle Hawk Lookout (left)
21st April; Me on the edge at Lincoln’s Rock (right)

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21st April; Govett’s Leap

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20th April;
Me and my younger sister Mary play around with the camera at night (right)
21st April; Me at Govett’s Leap (left)

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24th April; Today I began my week long journey around Indonesia. A week of 10 flights, 5 islands, hours on buses, early wake ups, plenty of Bintang, many new friends and amazing views above and below water (left)
25th April; Kids at Waruga Stone, a UNESCO World Heritage Sight (right)

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25th April; Waruga Stone. Waruga are a type of sarcophagus or above ground tomb traditionally used by the Minahasans of North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bodies are put in a position facing north, in a kneeling position.

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25th April; The Hills of Love, this trek took 2435 steps.

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26th April; Sadly, I lost almost all of my footage from this day, but some beauties survived. This was taken at Bunaken Island where we hopped onto a boat and made our way to a popular diving spot to snorkel. We swam beside a large drop off (like in Finding Nemo) and saw colourful coral formations.

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26th April; Tangoko National Park, the only place in the world where you can see Black Macaque Monkeys.

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27th April; Sunset in Palu and The TravelHuman

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25th April; Driving around Sulawesi (left)
27th April; A young boy was eager for a picture in Palu (right)

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28th April; Tanjung Karang Beach in Palu

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29th April; Namalatu Beach, Sahureka-reka dance – Latuhalat village

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29th April; Some Ambon students

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29th April; Ambon War Cemetery

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29th April;
Hotel The Natsepa

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29th April; After a long day we are gifted the afternoon off so Lostnorfound and I decided to rent a scooter and explored the island of Ambon, Indonesia. 10/10 experience, would do again. ‪#‎GoodFruit

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30th April; Fort Duurstede, Saparua City

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30th April; We stumbled across a traditional market in Saparua City – would you try Durian?

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And that’s it for April! It was a long one… What pic is your favourite?

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